List of South Australia Rest Areas
South Australia Rest Area Information ℹ️
Rest Areas are not generally used for camping, they are meant for you to take a short break from driving, so you can refresh, and continue on your journey safely.
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The 12 Mile Dam Rest Area is a handy place to pull over on the edge of the Eyre Highway, straight onto a level surface, and take a short rest from driving then on your way again.
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The 38k Peg Rest Area is a large level gravel area to park your caravan for an hour or two. The Cliffs overlooking the Ocean are just a short walk away if you want to grab a photo. Entrance to the 38k Peg Rest Area 38k Peg Rest Area location map
The 42k Peg Scenic Lookout parking area is on a gravel surface with no amenities, and it's a short drive off the Eyre Highway with a Beautiful view of the Great Australian Bight, so plenty of room to let your pet have a run if you like.
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To get to the 75k Peg Scenic Lookout, drive down the road for approx 1 Kilometre to the 75k Peg Scenic Lookout, it's well worth the effort. Entrance to the 75k Peg Scenic Lookout 75k Peg Scenic Lookout location map
The Agnes Creek Rest Area has a picnic table, a few rubbish bins and a bit of shade to park under and far enough from the Stuart Highway to get a good nights sleep. Entrance to the Agnes Creek Rest Area Agnes Creek Rest Area location map
The Arno Bay Park Rest Area is a nice place for a stroll along the beach or have a bite to eat at one of the picnic tables, then use the public toilets and rubbish bins. Entrance to the Arno Bay Park Rest Area Arno Bay Park Rest Area location map